Online Resources Fact Sheet
Key Facts and In-depth Analysis on Timely Health Policy Issues
Access reports, chartbooks, and fact sheets that provide background and detailed analysis on timely issues such the rising numbers of uninsured, Medicare reform, how states’ fiscal situations are affecting Medicaid, rising health care costs, global HIV/AIDS, racial disparities, and women’s health policy.
Weekly Updates of Health Policy Activity on the Hill
Listen to Health on the Hill with kaisernetwork.org and Congressional Quarterly for a round-up of activity on the Hill.
Daily Summaries of Health Policy News Coverage
Stay up to date on national, state, and local health policy news stories with daily summaries containing links to the full text of the original articles and related resources, and a fully searchable archive. Read them online or receive them by email.
Briefings and Background on Current Health Policy Issues
Issue spotlights provide background information and the latest developments on health policy issues such as the uninsured, prescription drugs, and HIV/ AIDS.
View webcasts and speaker presentations from Kaiser Family Foundation and Alliance for Health Reform briefings. Tutorials such as “Medicaid 101” and “Medicare 101” provide background on complex health policy issues.
Transcripts and Archived Webcasts of Congressional Hearings and Other Health Policy Events
If you cannot attend a hearing or health policy event in person, attend “virtually” by watching webcasts and reading transcripts of the event at your convenience.
The Latest State-Level Data
Access health data for your state on such issues as health insurance coverage and the uninsured, Medicaid, Medicare, financing, state legislation, health status, and population demographics.
Public Views on Health Topics
Search for public views on more than 300 health topics.
Access key tracking information, historical trends, and in-depth analysis of public opinion about hot health care topics such as prescription drugs for seniors, public attitudes towards HIV/ AIDS, and the uninsured.